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Nice... Sweet color scheme, and i like the 996t in the console... Good use of the gaping hole in the bumper with the fogs too :thumbsup:

I've never really liked that Kenwood mobile, but i'm just a Motorola kinda person... :D

Looks great :thumbsup:
 

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VERY NICE LOOKING! :drool

A word of advice though... I don't know if you guys run a ural or suburban service, but that box style doesnt take corners well at speed. When our sity and county service merged a few years ago they started running the urban trucks in the county and the suburban trucks in the city. That lasted about 2 months till somebody rolled one over on a back country road curve. :nono: They are VERY top heavy!

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Awesome ambulance

VERY NICE LOOKING! :drool

A word of advice though... I don't know if you guys run a ural or suburban service, but that box style doesnt take corners well at speed. When our sity and county service merged a few years ago they started running the urban trucks in the county and the suburban trucks in the city. That lasted about 2 months till somebody rolled one over on a back country road curve. :nono: They are VERY top heavy!

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That's quite interesting, I thought that those box ones were more stables as opposed to a regular, narrow, LWB van with a raised roof.
 

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That's quite interesting, I thought that those box ones were more stables as opposed to a regular, narrow, LWB van with a raised roof.
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I've never had an issue. Little bit wider track because of dual wheels. Wider body. The service I work for now even has a 4x4 box and we've never had problems. I'm sure that person rolled it because they didn't know how to drive it.
 

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Well, the Crown King FD here in AZ has 2 4x4 boxes, one is an early 90s F-350 and the other a 1980s ex-military M1010, and I assume that they don't have problems, and consider that Crown King is probably an hour and a half or so away from a paved highway (and high up on a mountain)
 
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